Changing climate conditions will affect regions that rely on tourism economies. Areas where temperatures are rising will experience warmer weather, less snowfall, more drought, stronger winds, wildfires, and more tropical storms. This means less snow for winter sports (and a shorter season for winter sport tourism) and less than relaxing conditions for beaches (and coastal tourism).
Coastal regions are severely affected by an increase in storms, which create increased erosion, algae blooms, and more jellyfish traffic thanks to warmer waters. Rising sea levels will affect low lying atolls and urban areas, including the Maldives, Manhattan, and Venice.
Conversely, it is estimated that travel and tourism contribute 5 percent of greenhouse gas emissions.
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